GIS Succinctly (Peter Shaw)

 
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GIS Succinctly (Peter Shaw)

Geographic information systems (GIS) offer everything from web-based interfaces like Bing Maps and Google Maps to tracking programs for delivery services. They do this by combining a sophisticated combination of cartography, statistical analysis, and database technology.

Author Peter Shaw takes you step-by-step through it all in GIS Succinctly, starting with a thorough analysis of the information and procedures that make up a GIS' internal workings. He examines a number of open-source and commercial software programs, outlining their advantages and disadvantages so you can pick the one that best matches your GIS development. Even setting up a geographically enabled database and producing a full.NET GIS application are covered by Shaw's guidelines. The only tool you need to map the entire world is GIS Succinctly, which includes downloadable code samples.

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